The Emeraldcaster Project (aka Son of Meloncaster)

Discussion in 'Tele Home Depot' started by Buckocaster51, Oct 1, 2007.

  1. bbjr

    bbjr NEW MEMBER!

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    Thanks for the tip on the color! No problem on the safety advice, I understand what you are saying. Btw, that paisley is beautiful.
     
  2. fenderchamp

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    Do we have to join your pay sight to see some MORE pictures of the PAISLEY PLEASE!!!!

    pretty please?
     
  3. Buckocaster51

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    "Pay Site"?

    Say what?

    Some photos when it is finished.

    That's a promise.
     
  4. Buckocaster51

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    Here you go...

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    Thinking we will have "First Twang" tomorrow night.

    Got to "paint" the pickguard and set it up.

    Not nearly as heavy as it looks.

    ;)
     
  5. Redd Volkaert

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    Whoo!

    Sah-weet!
     
  6. J Lacey

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    Really nice..........
     
  7. nosmo

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    Doesn't look heavy to me. Looks like it would only cost you about twelve bucks to ship it to me. :D
     
  8. Glen Smith

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    OK Nosmo, you take this one and I will get the next one. Deal?
     
  9. nosmo

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    Sound good to me!
     
  10. Buckocaster51

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    Pick Guard!

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    But you probably knew that...
     
  11. Buckocaster51

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    Probably more like $27.50

    :rolleyes:
     
  12. Rich Rice

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    Looking great as always, Steve! When you coming out for a visit? ;)
     
  13. JohnnyAtomic

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    Yeah UPS used to charge about $18 to ship a guitar now it's about $45.
     
  14. Buckocaster51

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    Here you go kids...

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    I loves me some Glendale Grip-O-Matic knobs!

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    This one has had a stake driven through its heart!

    FINALLY!

    (Someday I may write a book)
     
  15. spankdplank

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    That is outstanding. Crook should be worried about you.
     
  16. nosmo

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    As opposed to a 200 page thread? :eek: :D


    Looks fantastic!
     
  17. Buckocaster51

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    Absolutely not.

    As I have said other places, Bill has forgotten more about paisleys than I will ever know.

    I have well over 100 hours in this one. Although I will be doing another (Esquire), they are essentially one-off pieces of art.

    Thanks for the kind words.
     
  18. Marco_NL

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    Wow! I'm not too fond of Paisley guitars but this one I absolutly LOVE!!!

    I take my hat off for you, Sir Steve!
     
  19. Gareth John

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    Paisley and Sparkles, can this be beaten? Great work as always. Good stuff!
     
  20. Buckocaster51

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    Nothing like a warm fuzzy from somebody who's ancestors did not cross the ocean.

    Thank you very much!

    Cheers

    Steve DIKKERS (if that name ain't Dutch, nothing ain't Dutch) :)
     
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